Medieval Scottish Claymore Highland High Carbon Handmade Sword

Medieval Scottish Claymore Highland High Carbon Handmade Sword is a large sword having a complete length of 58 inches. The blade alone is more than 42 inches long. The handle is also around 15 inches in length. The handle is made of wood by the way. It come with the wooden scabbard wrapped with rexine. Hence, it feels a very realistic sword and is used in cosplay very often!
$46.59
Availability: In Stock.
Part Number: 2I1-SWD1005
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During the 15th and 16th centuries, some of the greatest swords were manufactured. This was the medieval period when swords and bladed weapons served as primary fighting and combat weapons. This Medieval Scottish Claymore Highland High Carbon Handmade Sword is a masterpiece sword. This replica sword is a perfect Scottish claymore having that fabulous guard, hilt and pommel. It is one of the largest swords you would love to add to your collection of medieval weapons. It can be used for a variety of purposes. A magnificently crafted sword. 

This Medieval Scottish Claymore Highland High Carbon Handmade Sword is an example of excellent craftsmanship. It is handmade and provides a realistic feel. There is a long and thick blade made of carbon steel. It is safe and sound for cosplay. Also, it can serve as a decor and display item! 

As mentioned, this Medieval Scottish Claymore Highland High Carbon Handmade Sword is a large sword having a complete length of 58 inches. The blade alone is more than 42 inches long. The handle is also around 15 inches in length. The handle is made of wood by the way. It come with the wooden scabbard wrapped with rexine. Hence, it feels a very realistic sword and is used in cosplay very often! 


Features:
  • Overall Length: 58 Inches
  • Blade Length: 42 Inches
  • Handle Length: 15 Inches
  • Blade Material: Carbon Steel (Unsharpened)
  • Handle Material: Wood
  • Scabbard Material: Wood and Rexine
  • Weight: 8 lbs

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